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 Puzzle 637 Below are five proverbs, however, each letter has been replaced by its position in the alphabet, but the spaces between the resulting numbers have been removed. For example, DOG becomes 4157. What are the proverbs? 12911561208518129115191514 129115131520851812911541217820518 1214165141425112231251920211814192116 10214751415202081202552514152010214754 112920201251251181491479191411475181521192089147 [Ref: ZBMI] © Kevin Stone Hint: The first words of the proverbs are Like, Like, A, Judge, A. Answer: Like father, like son. Like mother, like daughter. A bad penny always turns up. Judge not, that ye be not judged. A little learning is a dangerous thing. Puzzle 638 My BrainBashers electronic world atlas has developed a fault, I did a listing of miles from Scotland to particular countries and here is the result: England      12,000 miles Peru          6,000 miles Egypt         9,000 miles Iceland      11,000 miles How far away did it list Ethiopia as? [Ref: ZPUU] © Kevin Stone Hint: How many miles are vowels worth? Answer: 11,000 miles. Each vowel is worth 1,000 miles, each consonant is worth 2,000 miles. Puzzle 639 What is represented by this BrainBat? Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Never  Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday [Ref: ZKVK] Hint: Say what you see. Answer: Never in a month of Sundays. Puzzle 640 In each of these three sentences, can you replace the missing number, which appears as a hyphenated word. For example, twenty-one, thirty-two, etc. This sentence contains ==?== letters, one hyphen, two commas and a full stop. Interestingly, this sentence contains ==?== letters, one hyphen, three commas and the final full stop. Finally, this sentence contains ==?== letters, one hyphen, three commas and one full stop. [Ref: ZZDN] © Kevin Stone Hint: Start by counting the letters you're given. Answer: This sentence contains sixty-seven letters, one hyphen, two commas and a full stop. Interestingly, this sentence contains eighty-nine letters, one hyphen, three commas and the final full stop. Finally, this sentence contains seventy-nine letters, one hyphen, three commas and one full stop.